Stanisław Polak, Ph.D.

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Teaching Assistant Professor & Webmaster

  • City: Kraków
  • Degree: Ph.D.
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Didactic activity

I conduct / conducted classes in the following subjects / topics:
  • Parallel programming techniques
  • Applications of the XML metalanguage
  • Basics of computer graphics
  • Basics of web application development (CakePHP, Express and Ruby on Rails frameworks)
  • The basics of managing the "Apache" web server
  • C programming
  • Fortran programming
  • Java programming
  • JavaScript Programming
  • Perl Programming
  • Development in PHP
  • Python programming
  • Ruby programming
  • Basics of the UNIX / Linux operating system
  • LaTeX Typesetting Basics

Skills

Programming languages
C, C++, Dart, Fortran, Java, JavaScript, Kotlin, Perl, PHP, Python, Ruby
Tools and libraries
Flutter, Ruby on Rails, CakePHP, Symfony, Zend, LaTeX, Bootstrap, Angular, Express
Web
HTML, CSS, Apache, Joomla, XML, XSLT
HTML 100%
CSS 100%
JavaScript 100%
PHP 100%
Joomla / CMS 90%
Dart 55%

Resume

After graduating in 1993, I started working for Sawan-Softnet. Since 1994 I have been working at the Department (now Institute) of Computer Science AGH. My research activity focused on XML (eXtensible Markup language). In 2003, I defended my doctoral dissertation entitled "Use of Messaging Mechanism for the XML-based media synchronization language.

Summary

Stanisław Polak

Teaching worker at the Institute of Computer Science of the AGH University of Science and Technology in Kraków and Webmaster

  • Institute of Computer Science
    AGH University of Science and Technology
    Kawiory street 21
    30-055 Kraków, Poland
  • +48 12 328-33-37

Education

Doctor of technical sciences, specialization in computer science

2003

Faculty of Electronics, Automatics, Computer Science and Electrical Engineering, Kraków

In 2003, I defended my doctoral thesis entitled "Use of messaging mechanism for needs XML-based media synchronization language

Master of Science

1988 - 1993

Faculty of Electronics, Automatics and Electrical Engineering, AGH University of Science and Technology, Kraków

In 1988, after graduating from the 4th Secondary School in Kraków (mathematics and physics class), I was admitted to full-time studies — Informatics. In 1993, I defended my master's thesis entitled "A program for on-line tracking and control of a computer simulation using the dynamics method molecular"

Career

Academic teacher

1994 - Present

AGH University of Science and Technology, Kraków

  • 1994 - T&R assistant, Institute of Computer Science AGH-UST, Cracow, Poland
  • 2002 - Lecturer, Institute of Computer Science AGH-UST, Cracow, Poland
  • 2003 - Assistant professor, Institute of Computer Science AGH-UST, Cracow, Poland
  • 2014 - Senior lecturer, Institute of Computer Science AGH-UST, Cracow, Poland
  • 2019 - Teaching assistant professor, Institute of Computer Science AGH-UST, Cracow, Poland

Programmer

1993 - 1994

Sawan-Softnet, Kraków

  • Member of the team of developers of the car service management application
  • Member of the development team of the first Polish MIDI sequencer "Forte"

Awards

I received the Rector's award three times during my work.

  • All
  • Team
  • Individual
[Dyplom - 2005]
Year 2005 — Rector's award, Team Grade III
[Dyplom - 2014]
Year 2014 — Rector's award, Individual Grade II
[Dyplom - 2019]
Year 2019 — Rector's award, Team Grade II

Timetable

Displayed week: 2023-01-23 - 2023-01-29 
MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday
7:00
8:008:00-9:30
Script Programming - laboratory classes (room 3.23, building D17)
8:00-9:30
Object Oriented Programming - laboratory classes (room 4.28, building D17)
9:00
9:40-11:10
Script Programming - laboratory classes (room 3.23, building D17)
10:00
11:00
11:20-12:50
Script Programming - laboratory classes (room 3.23, building D17)
11:20-12:50
Object Oriented Programming - laboratory classes (room 4.26A, building D17)
12:00
13:0013:00-14:30
Object Oriented Programming - laboratory classes (room 3.27d, building D17)
13:00-14:30
Object Oriented Programming - laboratory classes (room 4.31, building D17)
14:00
15:00
16:00
16:40-18:10
Programming in JavaScript - laboratory classes (room 511a, building C1)
16:40-17:25
Programming in JavaScript - lecture (room 511a, building C1)
17:00
17:25-18:10
Programming in JavaScript - laboratory classes (room 511a, building C1)
18:00
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Classes conducted

Object-oriented programming

Second year of full-time engineering studies, major in Computer Science, IET faculty

Script programming

Second year of full-time engineering studies, Cybersecurity major, IET faculty

Programming in JavaScript

Second year of full-time engineering studies, major in Computer Science, IET faculty

The basics of programming

1st year of full-time engineering studies, Cybersecurity major, IET faculty

Operating systems

Second year of full-time engineering studies, major in Computer Science, IET faculty

Contact

AGH Institute of Computer Science, building D17, room 3.35.

Location:

Kawiory 21 st., 30-055 Krakow